Well, I’ve been gone from this blog for a couple of weeks – still an avid reader, of course, and, more than anything else, an avid eater! You see, I have the great fortune of actually getting to test-taste the vast majority of the foodstuffs that show up in this blog, and that, thank goodness, is not something I give up between posts of my own. The reality is, in addition to all of the marvelous wonderfulness that Chels has been posting here day after day, she and I have been working on some new collaborative favorites as well, and they are coming off nicely! We tried an incredible fish taco recipe we’ll share with you very soon, as well as a peanut-chipotle barbecue burger experiment from Bobby Flay that is absolutely unreal. Tonight, however, I have something special for you. Tonight, we have Grilled Pizza.
|I’m assuming the dough starts with ingredients of some sort…|
|Some of those ingredients are combined in some way…|
|An evil hook descends from the sky…|
|Note the ominous shadow of the evil hook|
|I discovered a strange orange substance in this bowl|
|At this point, even I can begin to see some results from the process.
But, wait, it’s so small…
|How am I going to make two pizzas out of this?|
|Chels assures me that placing the dwarf dough into a bowl and covering
it with plastic wrap will help it grow. I am skeptical.
|Magic! (like an Apple product!)|
|Olive oil coated pizza dough – heck, yeah.|
|Flipping can be complicated! I used a large spatula and two sets of tongs!|
|Hawaiian pizza! How does Canadian bacon make something Hawaiian?|
|Get the big Canadian Bacon. It rocks.|
|You get the chipotle sauce recipe when you get the fish tacos…
Patience is a…pain.